By Rady Roldán-Figueroa
Juan de Avila (1499-1569) used to be some of the most major exponents of Spanish Golden Age spirituality. His paintings all through Andalusia gave upward push to the varsity of Avilista spirituality, a spirituality followed via either lay women and men in addition to secular and commonplace individuals of the clergy who have been encouraged by way of his pressure on ethical and religious formation and have been certain jointly by means of the observance of a rigorous application of non secular self-discipline. students have more and more pointed out him because the writer of a distinctively judeoconverso spirituality. at present, notwithstanding, there are not any complete reports of his spirituality that heavily bear in mind his judeoconverso historical past. the current paintings seeks to investigate his ascetic spirituality and position it opposed to its right early-modern Spanish context."
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